The Saatchi Gallery is championing figurative painters again — and this refreshing approach has come up trumps
Monthly Archives: November 2013
A couple of bright stars shine out in Tate Britain’s show of new painting — pity the curators insisted on being involved too.
Over the Great Wall
The V&A’s superb survey of 12 centuries of Chinese art is a fine insight into a national culture.
Bad hair, bad diet exposed me to Lou’s mild wild side.
Though famed for rock’n’roll excess, the late Lou Reed could still chide his friend Waldemar Januszczak over his choice of food and advice on hairdressers.
A Different Perspective
He was the odd man out of his art generation. Now we can all appreciate the fierce genius of Honoré Daumier at the RA.